Sorry about the light posting this week, folks — I’ve been working on a couple of other writing projects. But I know you all do just fine without me, so here, have a topic:
For many overweight exercisers, every step of a workout comes with an unintended cascade of motion — breasts bounce, belly fat shakes and thighs rub. The added jiggle and friction of moving body fat is more than just bothersome. It can alter people’s gait and make them more prone to injuries and joint problems. The discomfort prevents many overweight people from exercising altogether.
What do you think, Shapelings?